The U.S. is helping nations prevent atrocities against vulnerable populations with data and specialized training. Read about U.S. aid to nations in need.
Through the newly launched Center for Countering Human Trafficking, the U.S. government will lead the global response to counter modern-day slavery.
The U.S. Constitution requires laws to be specific to prevent arbitrary enforcement. See how some other governments use vague laws to target their citizens.
Local governments in the U.S. are passing police reforms after the death of George Floyd. See how departments are responding to the public outcry.
Police in the United States have joined marches for reform after a man's death in police custody. See how law enforcement is supporting peaceful protests.
When a U.S. police officer is involved in a deadly incident, departments - often with civilian oversight - investigate to decide next steps.
One of the men accused of orchestrating the genocide in Rwanda, Félicien Kabuga, has been captured and will now face justice.
The U.S. Department of Justice shut down a website pushing a bogus COVID-19 vaccine. Learn how the agency is protecting Americans from other scams.
After a successful strengthening of relationships with El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, the U.S. will increase financial aid for those countries.